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of the pentagon. very excited for this interview. that's straight ahead. >>> okay. chart imitates life. this is what we have been spending on our military over time. this is the base budget for the pentagon. the website posted this today. the first spike, that's military spending going up, going way up for the korean war and then you see it comes back down again. the second spike, that's military spending going way up for the vietnam war and then it comes back down again. the third spike, that's the cold war, giant arm's race buildup and the soviet union starts to collapse into 1991 and our post-cold war spending comes back down. then the terrorist attack in september 2001 and the spending goes back up. the reason this does not show it going through the roof is because for the whole bush administration they did not count the spending on the wars in iraq and afghanistan as if it were defense spending. they did it as an emergency so this is just the base defense budget. this just shows how the base defense budget went up after 9/11, not including that emergency spending on iraq and afgha
woman in the history of the pentagon. very excited for this interview. that's straight ahead. stay with us. [ heart beating, monitor beeping ] woman: what do you mean, homeowners insurance doesn't cover floods? [ heart rate increases ] man: a few inches of water caused all this? [ heart rate increases ] woman #2: but i don't even live near the water. what you don't know about flood insurance may shock you -- including the fact that a preferred risk policy starts as low as $129 a year. for an agent, call the number that appears on your screen. >>> okay. chart imitates life. this is what we have been spending on our military over time. this is the base budget for the pentagon. the website posted this today. the first spike, that's military spending going up, going way up for the korean war and then you see it comes back down again. the second spike, that's military spending going way up for the vietnam war and then it comes back down again. the third spike, that's the cold war, giant arm's race buildup and the soviet union starts to collapse into 1991 and our post-cold war spending c
romney's foreign policy speech, the interview is the highest ranking woman in the history of the pentagon. very excited for this interview. that's straight ahead. stay with us. copd makes it hard to breathe, but with advair, i'm breathing better. so now i can be in the scene. advair is clinically proven to help significantly improve lung function. unlike most copd medications, advair contains both an anti-inflammatory and a long-acting bronchodilator working together to help improve your lung function all day. advair won't replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms and should not be used more than twice a day. people with copd taking advair may have a higher chance of pneumonia. advair may increase your risk of osteoporosis and some eye problems. tell your doctor if you have a heart condition or high blood pressure before taking advair. if you're still having difficulty breathing, ask your doctor if including advair could help improve your lung function. get your first full prescription free and save on refills at advaircopd.com. >>> okay. chart imitates life. this is what we have b
be the first to unleash cyber terrorism in america? the pentagon gives a warning. >> plus you've heard about these controversial ads that went up in metro stations this week. now we're getting a look at the counter-campaign. how dare they step into my life that way. it's none of their business. he's trying to restrict us, again. he's taking us backwards. george allen is the last thing we need in washington. anncr: the democratic senatorial campaign committee is... responsible for the content of this advertising. dit's just that simple, i mean, needit's a no brainer.and. anncr: every year marylanders spend five hundred and fifty... million at casinos in west virginia, delaware... and pennsylvania. one west virginia paper calls it a "cash cow" for them. but its cost maryland over one billion dollars. money that could have created good jobs and... better schools for us. question seven keeps maryland money in maryland. david smallwood: question seven, i think it will be a... good thing for the state of maryland. under the president's policies, middle income americans have been buried. they're ju
of national intelligence, general clapper, who was first appointed to the pentagon by the bush administration. he came out and he said, i gave them this information, and it was wrong. when we found out, i changed the narrative, and more important, obama's going after the people working with the libyan government. we already have a couple of the people who participated in this. so the idea there was a cover-up is nonsense. you know, fine. i remember from my days in the military and the days in the pentagon, you have to be careful. the first reports are always -- could be misleading. >> larry, my friend, that's not credible. >> no, no. clapper is the one. he's a nonpolitical guy. are you saying clapper is lying, rich? no. >> i'm saying if there was evidence there, you know it and i know it, the american people know it because it's come out. it's not come out -- >> it has come out now. it has come out. >> the administration stonewalling. the american people deserve some transparency. furthermore, the major -- >> one at a time, please. let ambassador williamson and we'll bring you back, larry, i
in yemen's capital city. place during a motorcycle drive by. the pentagon confirmed that they sent in a team of 50 marines to bolster security in the middle east amid the protests against the film. a yemen officials tells fox that the killing today was likely a targeted hit from al qaeda and the arabian peninsula. but it is too early to confirm a direct link. the pentagon called the al qaeda branch there "the most dangerous offshoot of the terror group anywhere." so far this year, the united states has conducted more than 30 separate drone strikes inside the borders of yemen, a jump if ten last year. jonathan hunt is live in new york studios. what is the united states saying? >>jonathan: officials are deeply saddened by the murder of the man what worked for the embassy in yemen for something like 11 years. they also say that they condemn what they call this "vicious" murder in the strongest terms and extend their condolences to the family. yemen officials are saying they believe this was an al qaeda assassination, u.s. officials are saying they are not ready to draw that conclusion
tape." jennifer griffin with the news from the pentagon. why did secretary panetta choose this moment to issue this warning? >>reporter: the secretary believes this is a pre-9/11 moment when it comes to the potential for a devastating sigh before attack. the real message was for iran. >> potential aggressors should be aware the united states has the capacity to locate them and to hold them accountable for their actions that may try to harm america. >>reporter: the pentagon is spending $3 billion a year on cyber security. >>trace: did he say which country was behind the recent attacks? >>reporter: he did not. based on conversations we have had with current and former defense officials, you need only read between the lines. >> iran has undertaken a concerted effort to use cyber space to its advantage. >>reporter: the denial of service attack on bank of america is believed a response to recent sanctions against iran's oil industry. the sigh before attack that struck saudi arabia's state oil company and struck qatar's natural gas producer are largely believed to have emanated from iran. t
during patdown and he struck a police n the chain. charged and then released. the pentagon issued a warning attacks.r have to address a new domain, that we must secure to have peace and prosperity in the world of tomorrow. >> leon panetta says the united states is facing a possible cyber pearl harbor. he is pushing legislation that require new cyber security or the private sector. opponents say it would be a burden on business. many in the area will have to bundle up tonight and others may want to cover up their plans. >> that is right. freeze warning tonight. how cold will it get? upper-20's to around 30 to 32 degrees. a freeze warning in effect overnight. a frost advisory in the areas the southeast. if you're headed down to the , it will be chilly at nationals park, just about 50 at gametime and falling 40's.he the temperatures on saturday the upper-l be in 20's and lower-30's. warmer days are just around the corner. a real up and down seven-day forecast. two accused of brutally beating an elderly man face the judge. the space shuttle endeavor's flying days are over. >> and why
the occoquan and pentagon. that's a check of your fox 5 on-timetraffic. on-timetraffic. >> i can feel the excitement in the air. >> i love the music. >> it's good. today marks a montanaal moment in the nation's capital. >> d.c. is playing host to its first baseball game in 79 years. it is a pivotal one for the nationals. nats and cardinals face off for game three of the nl divisional series tied at a game apiece. the team got a practice in at nats park yesterday coming off monday's eight-run loss against st. louis. our dave ross will be reporting live from nats park starting in just about a half hour. >>> and if you are riding the rails to get to the game, metro has some advice for you. you should try to avoid switching lines downtown. you might want to take the new jersey avenue entrance to the navy yard ballpark station because it is often less crowded and make sure you have your smart trip or fare card before you leave for the game to avoid the long lines at the vending machines. >> in the nat go to the national league championship, you can buy your tickets starting today at 9:00 a
with breaking news. trains are being evacuated at the pentagon metro station. leaves on the track caught fire in the tunnel somehow and that created a lot of smoke. firefighters are there. right now trains are single tracking between pentagon station and lean faint plaza. expect delays both direction -- l'enfant plaza. expect delays both directions on the blue and yellow lines. good evening. we are just hours away from the first and only vice presidential debate joe biden under pressure to do well after president obama's lackluster performance last week. we've got anita brikman live with the story from mclean but begin with a preview. >> reporter: both vice president joe
north bound 395. traffic slows again, pentagon across the 14th street bridge. that's a look at the ontime traffic. >>> all right. wore' going to be talking about this all morning long. the first baseball playoff game in d.c. since 1933. >> before my parents were born. that's funny but it is so exciting. if you think you are pumped -- and we are pumped, imagine the folks who are really close to the team >> reporter: good morning, tony and allison. one of the gentlemen responsible to bring baseball to d.c. and now playoff pace ball to d.c. is the gentleman to my right, mark warner. thank you so much. i guess the collective thank you from the d.c. area and everybody from the dmv to have playoff baseball. i didn't think it was this year. my prediction was being in playoff contention but not necessarily get there but the guys in the clubhouse proved everybody wrong. >> reporter: jew guys got the split, winning game 1 coming back here, hopefully for just two games. and to see these three games played here in d.c >> i tell you, i have goose bumps already. it's very exciting. that's
pledging tough pentagon action in response to these potential cyber attacks targeting critical u.s. control systems. eamon javers life from washington next on what it could cost corporate america. >>> and then later, is amazon's billionaire founder and ceo on to something huge? confirming the online retailer says its kindle e-readers get sold at cost, but it actually profits from the subsequent online sales connected to them. we're going to debate the merits of this kind of business model in the back half of the show. >>> also ahead, wouldn't it be cool to be larry ellison just for a day? the third richest man in america who just bought an entire hawaiian island hinting to maria just a few weeks ago about what could be his next acquisition target. wait until you hear what he's set his sights on. work. and his new boss told him two things -- cook what you love, and save your money. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll work his way up from busser to waiter to chef before opening a restaurant specializing in fish and game from the great northwest. he'll start investing early, he'll find some goo
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their medicaid cut and the pentagon get $2 trillion or is the balance in the other direction? that is what is on the table. >> it's not just a false debate about the size of government. it's a false debate about whether or not government works. the thing that i thought was important last night about biden and the reason that we cut that sound bite as long as we did there, so you can hear what biden says, is that he doesn't just say, ah, you're a hypocrite, you wanted this money. he say, you wanted this money because as you argued to me, this spending works. it would work in your district. if you believe it would work in your district, how could you argue it wouldn't work in the country? >> and as you argued in 2002 when you got up in the well of the house and made an impassioned argument for keynesian stimulus, by george w. bush, and when you voted for $700 billion in stimulus, $700 billion in stimulus which was the republican stimulus package that was passed by -- that was voted on by the republicans in the house, in parallel to the actual recovery act. so, again, they can't -- what they
the pentagon spends every six hours. the operator of pbs almost fell off her couch when he said that. >> to suggest that defunding the public broadcasting as part of the solution just seems really strange. >> the sesame street workshop is not a part of pbs, but that is how their programs get distributed. and big bird learned how many friends he had on debate night. at one point he was the topic of 7,000 tweets. he got on pbs, and the number of save big bird campaigns have sprouted up. if the federal money goes away, it will have to come from elsewhere, like charitable foundations, and you guessed it. viewers like you. >>> one more break here tonight. and when we come back, two legends of our time, and the one day that started it all. >>> finally tonight, a couple of icons of our culture, james bond and the beatles, they were both of course a part of the british invasion. and they share something very important, as well. we get our report from london tonight. >> reporter: when london welcomed the world to the olympics, britain's most famous spy got star billing. and the former beatle
of the greatest terrorist attack in u.s. history, in new york, pennsylvania, and at the pentagon. it was that the anniversary which caused an organization allied with al qaeda to attack and kill our personnel. >> this is not just about why the attack took place. people at the state it -- the charges that people ignored the request for further security. only months before the election, that is a very serious charge. imitt romney has put the attack at the heart of his argument that president obama does not stand for america. -- stand up for america. >> as the administration has finally conceded, these attacks were the deliver it work of terrorists. >> the committee -- for the deliberate -- these attacks were the deliberate work of terrorists. >> we have hundreds of terrorist-type activities. our consulate is bombed twice. the british ambassador has an assassination attempt. you are arguing about whether the number was five or two or five or three. >> democrats say the cuts backed by republicans are the problem. some say the whole situation is out of control. >> we all know the game
beyond the level the pentagon asked for which would explode the deficit. and he wouldn't commit to the 2014 timetable to bring our troops home from afghanistan. and so i think time and time again the vice president laid out the choice for the middle class in this election and was very effective in doing so. jon: time and time again the vice president interrupted, interjected, laughed, guf fawed, that kind of thing. was that appropriate first of all? was it intentional? >> well, republicans like to praise happy warriors. that is what we saw from the vice president last night. he caught out the brazen attempt by the romney-ryan campaign to try to rewrite their kick the -- ticket and their positions in the final 30 days of the race. suddenly they don't know anything about the $5 trillion tax cut for the wealthiest they proposed. suddenly they talk like they cover people with preexisting conditions under their health care plan. we know if you're between jobs or between plans you wouldn't be covered under their plan. the vice president is authentic. what you see is what you get. he d
this threat. the pentagon. >>> overseas tonight, in egypt, tahrir square is under watch again. protests have started all over again, on one side, supporters for the muslim brotherhood, and president morsi. president morsi, now 100 days in office, now in others, those who feel that morsi failed to keep promises he made after the revolution, these riots are a reminder that the battle in egypt is still serious and deep. >>> and the news about the young girl who was targeted by the taliban for speaking her mind continues to grip not only pakistan but the entire world. we have an update on her condition tonight, from all of it, from nbc's amna nawaz. she has been covering the story for us since the start. >> reporter: good evening, brian. malala yousufzai is in the hospital still, but still, she is inspiring the world to act. we have seen shock and outrage since the attack, thousands coming across the country to protest the taliban attack, show their support for malala yousufzai. last night, in fact, a group of clerics came together to issue a religious condemnation against the attackers, saying
with the pentagon. even though the u.s. is cutting back on defense spending, they are still the biggest defense spender in a world. bae does not want to ruin that relationship. at the end of the day, the deal was always going to be problematic, given the sensitive nature of the industry. listen to this. >> defense manufacturers tend to be seen, even if the companies are privatized, as national assets. therefore governments are loath to agree to external ownership of companies that deal in defense. that's true for the u.k. government, the friend, the german, or the u.s. government, with which bae has very strong contacts. >> the deadline, 1600 gmt today for the british and european companies to decide. they either go with it or pull the plug. >> need to watch that one. >> thanks very much. british prime minister david cameron is a dire warning on the talent is faced by the u.k. in turbulent economic times. in his keynote speech in birmingham he reaffirmed his determination to stick to his plan of deficit-reduction. he says britain can no longer assume it will remain a major industrial nation. >>
. but that also presents a new terrain for warfare. >> he says the pentagon is prepared to take action if america is threatened by a computer assault. 24 members of the air force national guard were able to reunite with their families. this after spending six months training soldiers. welcome home. tonight at 5:00 p.m. -- an inspiring story of a soldier to had to relearn how to be a doctor after a serious brain injury. is now training for a race to support wounded warriors 30 had to learn how to walk run and be a doctor again. his amazing journey coming up tonight at 5:00 p.m. and the nationals are facing a big hurdle. it is do or die time against the cardinals. adam caskey joins us from nationals park. fans will have to bundle up. >> ground game time we are talking temperatures in the '40's. at first pitch at about 8:30 it will be close to 50 degrees. temperatures start to drop quickly the few hours after sunset. the first pitch being 50 degrees, the final pitch will be closer to about 43 or 44 degrees. will be a cool day. i have a very excited nationals a fan of a northwest washington. tell me,
. this could help the ipad compete with the kindle fire. no. 4, the pentagon says the united states is at higher risk of a cyber attack. defense secretary leon panetta said today an online attack could cause significant damage and he's urging lawmakers to pass cyber security legislation. no. 3, the fda is given the green light for a new autism trial study. they could use the blood from a child's own umbilical cord to help improve language and behavior in autistic children. even if results are positive, it could be a long time until the procedure is made available. no. 2, more trouble for american airlines, the airline cutting its flight schedule through the first half of november. it's all in response to an ongoing pilot dispute. the airline says pilots are calling in sick and there's very few engineers to handle the maintenance issues. american is cancelling about 31 flights a day and extending its reduced schedule from september and october. and no. 1, no surprise here, d.c. area drivers have the third worst commute in the country. tom-tom is behind the study. d.c. ranks behind lo
that the pentagon doesn't want and tackle our immoral debt and deficit. i'm going to ask you a question. let me see if i got it here. as an american voter-- and i think this is important-- are you a wizard? (laughter) (cheers and applause) do you know or have you ever captured a leprechaun? (laughter) is there a goose in your house whose eggs are gigantic and unliftbly heavy in? because if not, you're lying! (laughter) >> let's get rid of the loopholes, deductions, special deals such that we're able to pay for the reductions. >> jon: oh, that's how you'll pay. closing loopholes. let's do it. what are we starting with? mortgage interest and charitable donations? that's $150 billion a year in the government kitty. >> i want to make sure you understand, for middle income families the deductibility of home mortgage interest and the charitable contributions, those things will continue. (laughter) >> jon: kitty still hungry. how about the cap al gains loophole that lower tax rate on investment income. that's $71 billion ayear, giveaway to 1%ers if there ever was one. >> one of the reason that it's lower
the highest number per capita of any state. the, the pentagon, the great navy base in norfolk, the home of the coast guard station, many, many places where men and women in uniform proudly serve. it was the pentagon on a virginia's soil that was one of the places attacked on 9/11. i think that perhaps our roots going back to the first commander in chief, general and president george washington, give us that unique sense of history when it comes to serving in the military. while most said the jobs in the economy and get and things of that nature, economic issues, are at the forefront of people's minds, some of the events of the past few weeks have put the issue of foreign policy front and center once again. no matter what the economy needs, america's role as the leader of the free world is always an issue of importance not only for americans, but around the world. there are many uncertainties, and you see them on the daily news. the arab spring has created a number of new leaders in many places, egypt, libya, other places. mitt romney will be the leader, i believe, who will help to forge
the pentagon spends every six hours. >> six hours. to be clear, mr. romney and mr. ryan's idea for the deficit to save the country from fiscal disaster and pay for the stuff they want to do that's really expensive, their plan is to eliminate six hour's worth of defense spending. one-fourth of one day's worth of defense spending. at the same time, to make overall defense spending go like this. because, you know, they are the numbers guys. math. ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ or help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. whatever your business challenge, syou know, i've helped a lot off people save a lot of money. but today...( sfx: loud noise of large metal object hitting the ground) things have been a little strange. (sfx: sound of piano smashing) roadrunner: meep meep. meep meep? (sfx: loud thud sound) what a strange place. geico®. fifteen minutes could save you fif
is in the pentagon tonight. when did the u.s. military deploy these forces in the country of jordan? >> bill, u.s. defense officials tell us several months ago, about 150 army special operations forces were sent to jordan. they mainly are there to try and help jordan in the event that the syrian chemical and biological weapons were to fall into the wrong hands, they've been preparing for that eventuality. defense secretary panetta referred them as cbw in brussels. >> we have also been working with them in the effort to monitor the cbw sites and try to determine how best to respond to any concerns in that area and we've also been working with them to try to develop their own military operational capabilities in the event of any contingency there. >> the u.s. military held war exercises with the jordanians in may and operation known as eager lion 2012. it has been work closely with the jordanians to deal with the 200,000 syrian refugees that have flooded into jordan from syria, bill. >> bill: that's on its southern border with syria. on the northern borrowed, more tension between turkey and syria
of defense that has skyrocketed in the last ten years. and what's more frightening, by the pentagon's own estimates, there were more like 19,000 assaults last year. but most went unreported and unpunished. in case you were wondering, women aren't the only ones at risk. men, both gaye a and straight, e up 12%. all victims. former army cadet cole welsh and attorney susan burke joining me now. good morning to both of you. cole, i'd like to start with you. you along with 18 other men and women have filed a lawsuit against current and former members of the military, like leon panetta and donald rumsfeld. you say that you and your partner were raped by your staff sergeant and infected with hiv. tell me briefly if you can what happened that night. >> those details are very personal to me, and -- i mea-- >> i mean, where were you? >> basically i went to have a beer with a buddy that was introduced to me through mutual friends. unfortunately, this person had an ulterior motive and it led to some really awful consequences. >> and you say the military has betrayed you as a result of this. how so? >>
now at the beltway. 359 checking for the crash near the pentagon. this happens to be southbound 270. that's a check of yourox 5 on-timetraffic. on-timetraffic. >>> this morning's big story, in just a few hours, a judge will sentence former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky on 45 counts of child sex abuse. now, it is likely that he will spend the rest of his life behind bars. >> he is expected to speak at today's hearing along with six of his victims. sandusky recently spoke to a student-one radio station at the ledge college from his jail cell. he has never admitted guilt and in the interview he defends his innocence. >> the young man whose dramatic, a veteran accuser and always sought attention started everything. he was join ed by other accuseers. they won. i wondered what they really won, attention, financial gain, prestige will all be temporary. before you blame me as others have, look at everything and everybody. >> now, in his statement, continuously refers to his victims only as accusers. sandusky says he will continue to fight for what he calls justice and a
pearl harbor that could be as destructive as the 9/11 attacks. we're live at the pentagon. >>> and hello, brooklyn. the legendary barbra streisand takes the stage in her hometown for the very first time. ♪ beneath the moon, the stars and under the sun ♪ >> a homecoming concert decades in the making today, friday, october 12th, 2012. >>> from nbc news, this is a special edition of "today," decision 2012, with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. i'm matt lawer. >> good morning, everyone. i'm savannah guthrie. what a night. where were you doing the debate? >> right there in the second row of the yankee game in the bronx. i went to see the yankee game, but i tivoed this and watched it this morning. it was different. >> well, in your event there was a clear cut winner and loser. in this debate, unclear. it was definitely the only chance for a face-to-face showdown during this election for joe biden and paul ryan. they did their best to really make it count. >> they clashed on a wide range
has more live from the pentagon. >> secretary panetta believes that we are in a pre-9/11 moment. his warning and his message last night, appeared to be for iran. >> potential aggressors should be aware that the united states has the capacity to locate them and to hold them accountable for their actions that may try to harm america. >> secretary panetta is the first u.s. official to confirm to recent attacks. there was a virus that wiped out 30,000 files on computers with an icon of a burning american flag. >> iran has also taken the ability to use cyberspace to its advantage to current officials tell us that the recent attack on bank of america was a response from iran to recent sanctions against its oil industry. he also referenced a cyberattack that struck the saudia arabia state oil company. they believe to have emanated from iran. the pentagon spent $3 billion a year on cybersecurity, but it went a step further, suggesting that the pentagon would not necessarily wait to be attacked, that it had offensive weapons in place. this speech was to put america's enemies on notice. >> the
've asked the pentagon if they actually did leave or whether they have been ordered to stay because of today's attack. we are still awaiting an answer from pentagon officials. shep. >> shep: you know the word we were getting was that al-qaeda was fighting back in yemen. is this considered a sign of that? >> certainly if it is confirmed that al-qaeda carried out this attack today, then yes, it would be a sign. there are also questions being asked today, shep, about whether this was pure coincidence, that it came exactly a month to day after the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya, and the murder of four american citizens there, including, of course, our ambassador. just after that attack in benghazi, of course, a mob attacked the u.s. embassy in yemen. al-qaeda was believed to have been involved in that and in a string of other attacks against u.s. officials, all the evidence is the al-qaeda in the arabian peninsula remains very strong indeed, shep. >> shep: jonathan hunt from new york tonight. thanks. the state department today announced it has chosen a new top diplomat to repres
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